Wednesday, October 4, 2006
I'm delighted that Rick Duncan will be joining us as a guestblogger. He's the Sherman S. Welpton, Jr. Professor of Law at the University of Nebraska College of Law. He is a graduate of the Cornell Law School and served as an editor of the Cornell Law Review. He teaches Property and Constitutional Law with a special emphasis on the law of religious freedom. Duncan has written numerous books, articles, and commentaries on a wide variety of legal topics. His recent publications include two of the leading law review articles on the Free Exercise Clause, and his essay, “On Liberty and Life in Babylon: A Pilgrim’s Pragmatic Proposal,” which was published by Yale University Press in an important book about Christian Perspectives on Legal Thought. Duncan lives on a gravel road in rural Nebraska with his wife and 5 children, and he is a lifelong citizen of Red Sox Nation.
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